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Vibrating Needle Recording Collective

Vibrating Needle Recording Collective is a new recording collective with a net.label division which will strive to bring you the best in underground pop, math, and electro goodness from the Midwest! For the full story, please visit www.vibratingneedle.net

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Vibrating Needle Recording Collective
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It's the album that made The Minni-Thins a household name. Check it out to see what I'm saying then head over to http://www.minnithins.com for more info
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Topics: Rock, Noise Rock, Pop Experimental
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Jonathan Williams first arrived in Cincinnati in 1996, after attending the Chillicothe Recording Workshop. After searching for a job in a recording studio, he then realized that he wasn't related to anybody who owned one. He met some friends one day while working at a music store. They were out shopping for a deep fryer and a lava lamp. "Do you like the blues?" they asked him. "Yep", he said. This was the beginning of a relationship with musician Jason Cox, and would...
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Topics: POP-ROCK, Independent Music, Podsafe Music
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Challenging, Creative, Instrumental, Melodic, Dark, Brilliant? You decide.
Topics: Psychedelic, Experimental, Lo-Fi, Post Rock, Mathy Heart-felt Low-Fi
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Our new single for In Black Cause I Asked is "Bark Is Brass," and we are releasing a free new EP to celebrate it on October 31, 2005. The track listing is as follows: 1.) Bark Is Brass (album version) 2.) Rack Man (Sack Man) 3.) What Kind of Angel (from the Smog album Julius Caesar) 4.)Apparent 5.) Mad Matador (live) The three middle songs were remixed by Steve Cruze of Sukpatch, and the final track was recorded live at The Mad Hattter in Covington, KY. Volume 2 will be available on...
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Topics: Rock, Noise Rock, Post-Punk